After Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away last September, the Judicial Crisis Network, the darkest of conservative dark money groups, immediately launched a multi-million dollar campaign to push forward a conservative nominee, even before President Donald Trump selected Amy Coney Barrett as his nominee. It turns out that, in the lead-up to the court fight, the organization received $14 million from a single mystery donor, according to documents obtained by The Daily Poster.

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• Hundreds of youth activists descend on the White House to demand “No Climate, No Deal.”

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• The pandemic social safety net failed millions of Americans.

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